How to be a friend to someone with fertility issues

It’s a tough job, but someone’s got to do it. You’ll be with us in the darkest of times and, hopefully, in the happiest. We will never be the same person again regardless of the outcome. Everyone dealing with infertility… Read more

What are the hurdles of starting IVF treatment?

At The CRGH, we offer a wide range of fertility treatments from the simple procedure of intrauterine insemination to the most complicated in vitro fertilisation (IVF) treatment known as preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD). Regardless of what treatment you’ll require, there… Read more

Paul Serhal on BBC News

Medical Director of The Centre of Reproductive and Genetic Health, Paul Serhal was featured on BBC World News this week, discussing the the role of gene editing ‪research in understanding IVF and miscarriage.  

5 things no one tells you about IVF

You have to ‘shut off’ your reproductive system before you even start IVF. The first medication you take brings on a temporary menopause. And along with that can go all the relevant symptoms – headaches, night sweats, hot flushes, over-emotional episodes…. Read more

CRGH Launch Walk-In Fertility Clinic

The CRGH Walk-In Fertility Clinic is open Monday to Friday 17:00 – 18:00 The Centre for Reproductive and Genetic Health (CRGH) in central London is UK’s leading Fertility Clinic. Mr Paul Serhal, Medical Director is delighted to announce the launch of… Read more

Genetic screening: What is karyomapping?

As you learn a little more about the services we offer at CRGH, you may hear something about karyomapping and wonder what that is, exactly. We’re very excited to be able to offer this new technique to our fertility treatment… Read more

Your thyroid and infertility

The complex processes of ovulation, sperm production and fertilisation all need to work correctly to create a pregnancy. A third of infertility cases are attributed to the male, a third to the female, and the cause of the remaining cases… Read more

The role of egg quality and ovarian function in fertility

It is a fact that all women have a finite number of eggs in their body, which when released during ovulation can be fertilised by sperm to produce a child. However, many people mistakenly believe that the number of eggs… Read more

The role of age in fertility

The decision to start a family is a very personal one and it is different for every person. There are many things to consider. Are you ready financially? Are you prepared emotionally? Are you in the right place in your… Read more

Endometriosis and Infertility

Endometriosis is a condition that often leads to painful periods, pelvic pain and infertility, with symptoms ranging from mild to severe. Though exact numbers are not known, it is estimated that about 1 in 5 of all women between the… Read more